By Xuefei Ren
From the years 2004 to 2008, Beijing and Shanghai witnessed the development of a unprecedented variety of new constructions, a lot of that have been designed through architectural organizations out of the country. Combining ethnographic fieldwork, ancient study, and community research, Building Globalization heavily scrutinizes the growing to be phenomenon of transnational structure and its profound impact at the improvement of city space.
Roaming from building websites in Shanghai to architects’ places of work in Paris, Xuefei Ren interviews enormous quantities of architects, builders, politicians, citizens, and activists to discover this factor. She unearths that during the quickly reworking towns of contemporary China, iconic designs from prestigious foreign architects aid deepest builders to tell apart their initiatives, executive officers to enhance their careers, and the chinese language kingdom to announce the arriving of recent China at the global stage.
China leads the best way within the globalization of structure, a method whose ramifications will be felt from Beijing to Dubai to Basel. Connecting the dots among actual property hypothesis, megaproject building, residential displacement, old renovation, housing rights, and concrete activism, Building Globalization unearths the contradictions and outcomes of this new, international city frontier.
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Building Globalization: Transnational Architecture Production in Urban China by Xuefei Ren